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The National Galleries of Scotland has an enormous online resource of high-quality images from its extensive collection, and is mounting an imaginative series of weekly online initiatives for family and art enthusiast alike, based on items in the collection currently unavailable to view physically.
Germany has begun a cautious relaxation of its current lockdown rules, with the gradual re-opening of museums and art galleries in Brandenburg.
First performed at the 2019 Glasgow Cathedral Festival (GCF), Dhatu by Edwin Hillier has been announced as the winner of the Electroacoustic / Sound Artwork category in the fourth annual Scottish Awards for New Music.
Online 24 Apr – 10 May
The ninth edition of the biennial festival Glasgow International has been postponed due to the current health crisis, but an online programme is available from the original festival start date.
The Scottish Gallery hosts a new collection of paintings from Ross Ryan’s two years of chasing gales, sailing to offshore lighthouses on his boat and discovering the people and their islands.
Online until 30 May
The Glasgow Gallery’s current online exhibition features the Scottish and Italian work of Glasgow-based painter David Marshall.
Newport on Tay-based Tatha Gallery’s online exhibition features the landscape work of Allan Macdonald and Eva Ullrich, who go in search of remote locations to experience the landscape before them, exploring untouched and untamed places and looking at the qualities of light and the special characteristics of place.
Lemond Gallery has been specialising in contemporary Scottish fine art since 2000 and as part of its current online display it has posted interesting interviews with featured artists Rosanne Barr and Ryan Mutter in which they talk about the inspirations and methods behind their work.
Scotland’s largest private art gallery is showing a series of online exhibitions, one of which will generate donations to NHS workers.